An STD caused by a virus (also A mite that burrows into the skin causes warts). There is no cure. Men causing intense itching in the infected have an increased risk of developing area. genital cancers, women have a higher risk of developing cervical cancer. STD caused by bacterium that infects STD caused by bacterium that infects reproductive organs. Symptoms mucous membranes. There may be include discharge from vagina or no obvious symptoms or pain during penis, and vaginal bleeding. Most urination and discharge from penis. commonly STD reported in the U.S. Not Chlamydia Inflammation of the liver causing tiredness and muscle aches, fever, darkening of the urine, liver damage or failure. A strain of parasite that is spread by skin to skin contact. Symptoms include intense itching in the pubic area. Inflammation of the upper female reproductive tract. A common and serious complication of some STDs. Can cause scars in the fallopian tubes or uterus that can lead to ectopic pregnancies. Bacterium that causes ulcers or chancres. Can be cured if treated early. Late phases can include heart and nervous symptom damage or death. Not Gonorrhea Protozoan that causes itching in the genital area, vaginal discharge. Can be cured with prescribed medicine. Can cause bladder infections in both males and females. A virus that affects the immune system. Passed by exchange of blood, semen, vaginal fluid, breast milk. Symptoms include fatigue, swollen lymph nodes, infections. No cure.